This recent entry in my article contributions to SCN Magazine find me talking about a hardware free AV industry. The advancements in technology and IP based communications have evolved the AV systems into network centric systems. This means that hardware can be removed from the equation, and properly designed networks and coding can help save money, and space.
This article is the next installment in my series of articles for SCN Magazine and the AVnetwork blog. The topic for this month was video processing so I decided to cover video processing techniques int he digital age. The article highlights a few methods of processing video for display walls or collaborative environments that reduces the amount of hardware in the system. It discusses the virtual and software techniques of processing and transporting video that opens up more versatile ways of designing system while keeping everything networked to reduce infrastructure and help future proof the designs.
After I published my InfoComm review article, I was asked by SCN to be a monthly blogger for their website. I agreed, so this is my second post for their blog. The topic of the month was Youth in AV. I decided to write about the millennial workforce and how the trends of the youth drive how the workplace needs to evolve and adapt. Read the full article at the link:
I recently attended the InfoComm 2015 convention in Orlando Florida. I was asked by my company and SCN to write an article recapping the event and sharing my thoughts. I decided to write about the innovative solutions I saw and how they could affect the industry. The article was posted on both SCN and SMW blogs, as well as published in print issue of SCN for August. Read the full article at the link: